Just the worst.
Remember just a few days ago when the Indiana Pacers held a 2-1 lead over the Miami Heat in the second round of the NBA Playoffs?
That fleeting feeling of everything that the Heat have worked for looking like it could come to an embarrassing close was so, so sweet.
And the Pacers ruined it.
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James rallied and fought like they always do and in the end just out-basketballed every other body on the court, capping off a 105-93 Game 6 victory on Thursday night that left NBA fans thinking about what could have been.
Now, they await the winner of the Boston and Philadelphia series and bide their time in great position to reach the NBA Finals again.
Indiana Pacers. The tease of 2012.
I would formally thank the Indiana Pacers for waking up my Miami #Heat. That was sweet of you.
— IamSoca (@T3nity99) May 25, 2012
Miami Heat dedicate series win over Pacers to Vlade Divac, Bill Laimbeer and all iconic "Floppers" in NBA history before them!
— Ben Maller (@benmaller) May 25, 2012
Do you realize the Heat just beat a good Pacers team WITHOUT Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem, two of the team's top 5 players? Just sayin.
— Omar Kelly (@OmarKelly) May 25, 2012
With Roy Hibbert on the floor this series: Pacers +26. Roy Hibbert off the floor: Heat +65. #saysitall
— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) May 25, 2012
Final 3 games of the Heat-Pacers series combined points: Lebron + DWade = 197.. Pacers starting 5 = 184
— Kevin Negandhi (@KNegandhiESPN) May 25, 2012
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